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Mary Shelley: Mother Monster

Mar 09, 2017

Who would have known that one of the forefathers of horror and science fiction literature... is a woman? Despite being alive a century ago, Frankenstein author Mary Shelley (née Godwin) has created a name for herself after creating one of literature’s most iconic characters. Mary Godwin was ...
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Grammar Chaos: Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda

Mar 08, 2017

No matter what anyone tells you and no matter how popular it becomes, the phrases “could of”, “would of”, and “should of” are never grammatically correct. The long versions of the contractions “could’ve”, “would’ve”, and “should’ve” are “could have”, “would hav...
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Writing Hacks: How to Craft Thrilling Titles

Mar 07, 2017

If there’s one saying we rarely follow, it’s “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” Literally. More often than not, we pull books off shelves because they have an intriguing cover and an interesting title. Titles are a small element underestimated by many writers. Often, a writer would ju...
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